Water Dispenser Deals

Water Dispenser Deals & Offers

164 deals2,632 comments
Benross Double Glass Drinks Dispenser (2 x 4 litres) with copper stand for £21.99 click & collect @ Robert Dyas
171° Expired
Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Now we are allowed family gatherings again, and the sun is out (sort of), this drinks dispenser is ideal for quenching your guests' thirst. A stylish copper stand holds two 4 litre… Read more

It is £26.94 delivered from Robert Dyas. (y)


£26.99 delivered next day for prime members from Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vintage-Company-61082-Dispensers-Capacity/dp/B08HNG7DQX/ref=asc_df_B08HNG7DQX/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=463004848077&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=571523377821545716&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9046686&hvtargid=pla-975515682196&psc=1

Beko CFG3582DW 55cm Wide Frost-Free Fridge Freezer With Water Dispenser - White £299 (£6.99 Delivery) @Very
109° Expired
Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Beko CFG3582DW 55cm Wide Frost-Free Fridge Freezer With Water Dispenser - White £299 (£6.99 Delivery) @Very£299£319.997% off £6.99 Very Deals
I had this delivered today and it’s a fantastic deal for this huge capacity fridge freezer with a built in water dispenser with a tank built into the door that you top up yourself.… Read more

I have personally had mine for 2 weeks and it’s the best fridge I’ve ever had. It’s huge, frost free and the water dispenser is so slim and the water comes out ice cold (y)


Thanks for heads up as was about to buy it 😁 which one you recommend then?


Very well said and thanks (y)


I didn't know there was a change either but to go to the 'new' system of A-F is nothing short of stupidity. If they wanted to cut confusion why didn't they come out with a different system that didn't mostly look identical to the last one but, in fact, isn't remotely comparable? An A-rated fridge in the new system is the holy grail whilst on the old system it is mediocre. Great deal though, Beko's are superb for garages due to the coolant! (y)


Thanks for explaining didn't know there was a change ;)

Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser, 3 KW Fast Boil, 1.5 Litre, Gloss Black [VKJ142] - £30 Delivered @ Amazon
450° Expired
Posted 21st FebPosted 21st Feb
Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser, 3 KW Fast Boil, 1.5 Litre, Gloss Black [VKJ142] - £30 Delivered @ Amazon£30Amazon Deals
Good price here for the hot water dispenser. Description Boils a cup of water in under 50 seconds, ideal for busy families 1.5 Litre tank holds enough water for 5-7 cups; ide… Read more

Warmed Bailey's on your cocopops for breakfast could well be a game changer


Got one of these for my 90 year old mum. Lot safer for her to use rather than struggling with a heavy kettle of boiling water. She loves it and especially the fact she can get a cup of tea very quickly. Just need to fix up a optics dispenser with Bailey's in it for her... :D


I HATE these kettles! Glad when my Mrs’s older uncles kettle broke & we give him this! He loves it (he’s got problems with his hands) I got a new ‘normal’ kettle 😃 (y) 🏼


We have the Breville VKJ367 Brita Filter Hot Cup, since 2016 & still going now, yes it's more expensive but for us it's worth the extra money.


We've had one of these for near on 5 years. Love it for a cuppa. The missus likes to leave her tea to brew for a while, so she sticks it under, and forgets about it for 5 mins. Downside is if you want more than a cup full of hot water. We do miss a kettle for filling pans or making gravy for more than 2 people. Wicked for a Pot Noodle though!!!

Breville VKJ142 HotCup Water Dispenser - Black for £29.99 (+£3.95 delivery) @ Argos
652° Expired
Posted 23rd JanPosted 23rd Jan
Breville VKJ142 HotCup Water Dispenser - Black for £29.99 (+£3.95 delivery) @ Argos£33.94Argos Deals
Easy to use hot water dispenser. Reduced by £10 at Argos (at checkout) Was £39.99, now £29.99 The Breville Hot Cup will deliver you one cup of boiling water in less than 60 … Read more

Do you have teenage children?


I bought some citric acid powder from Amazon. You mix it up with water, run it through, then run through again with fresh water.


Quicker and more efficient than a kettle, I’m in.


At first glance I thought it was made by Brita, the water filter people. I would happily have considered one if it filtered the water before boiling, as I do blieve it makes a big difference in my area. But Breville is just a kettle..... for that reason.... I'm out!


last one lasted 7 years they save you electric and really quick, got mine for £35 at b and m last week

Never miss a 'Water Dispenser' deal again!
Receive notifications for all new deals matching this alert!
Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser, 3 KW Fast Boil, 1.5 Litre, Gloss Black- £30 Delivered @ Amazon
398° Expired
Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser, 3 KW Fast Boil, 1.5 Litre, Gloss Black- £30 Delivered @ Amazon£30 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Boils a cup of water in under 50 seconds, ideal for busy families 1.5 Litre tank holds enough water for 5-7 cups; ideal for instant coffee, tea, hot chocolate, noodles and more Pus… Read more

;) XD


Oh I think I understand now, sorry you're (confused) Never mind eh XD


I think I understand now, so basically your machines deliver water like my Delonghi coffee machine and all coffee machines do, a steady slow dribble of hot water. But you cannot compare the Breville hot cup to coffee machines. The Breville provides boiling water, whereas no coffee machine is supposed to pour boiling water onto the coffee; additionally by the time all the water has been dispensed it is even colder than the moment it was dispensed. This is why you never get decent cups of tea in a European cafe, where they always use the water spout on their machine to dump a little water in a cup and then bring you this almost tepid water with a tea beg on the side.... people who don’t drink tea just don’t get it! I use my Breville usually to make 2 mugs of tea at a time, which I mix from 3 separate cups from the Breville, and it’s definitely boiling at the moment it is dispensed. What you are suggesting is almost equivalent to replacing a £10 standard kettle with a £10 percolator filter coffee machine.... (confused)


As mentioned you can get a Tassimo fer about the same price & swap out the spout fer a WATER disc (£ about a fiver) You then have an Automatic water delivery machine fer 150, 250, 350 & 450 ml but can stop at any time OR add extra, all at the touch of a button https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https://i.ytimg.com/vi/HU6SdIH8sNc/maxresdefault.jpg&imgrefurl=https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HU6SdIH8sNc&tbnid=97kW3rebxi-R0M&vet=10CBcQxiAoBWoXChMI2LKLxqaR7gIVAAAAAB0AAAAAEAw..i&docid=qmSv-P6rwOc60M&w=1280&h=720&itg=1&q=WATER disc&ved=0CBcQxiAoBWoXChMI2LKLxqaR7gIVAAAAAB0AAAAAEAw


Ah, OK SO, I have 3 pod machines...2 x Tassimo, and the DG Mini Me. The more versatile DG is on the shelf (not used) at the moment, because I hardly use pod drinks any more, and only 1 of the Tassimos are in use now (2 over Xmas, when I was gifted a pack of Tassimo pod drinks) My DG is semi automatic, in that I need to set a SLIDE control (on the front) to select drink volume (1,2,3,4 or 5 bar. NOT pressure, but volume depending on the drink) THEN (via the "flag pole" at the top) flick it to the RIGHT fer HOT water, or LEFT fer cold...flick it, and hold it fer a couple of seconds, when it will then deliver the selected volume of (hot or cold) water. I seem to remember it finishes it's delivery with a little burst of pressure/steam, at least my TASSIMOS do. Start (pod insertion/initial heat-up) to finish, the DG delivers a pod drink in under a minute (me being conservative) But the Tassimos (average cost £30ish + or -) and yer can take the RRP with a VERY large pinch of salt methinks XD You can use the Tassimo to JUST deliver water as it's a fully automatic BARCODE reader machine. As a pod drinks machine All Tassimo pods have a bar code on them, so that when inserted the machines delivers the appropriate amount of water fer the drink in question...at about the same pace, perhaps a little faster...about 45 seconds, depending on volume/drink to be delivered, with a burst of pressure/steam at the finish... But as a WATER dispenser? Ah, well NOW you have to remove (pop out) the spout (2 seconds) and insert a WATER disk (with a set of bar codes) then you simply select 150,250,350 or 450 ml but you can stop delivery at any time (at the press of a button) OR increase it, if you press & hold the button down I find the Tassimo slightly hotter, and as it's fully automatic is perfect fer (hot water only) delivery. Considering temperature is a question of personal preference, I think the Tassimo machine has the Breville beat...as a glorified kettle, but fer the occasional pod drink user? I'd opt fer the DG. Horses fer courses :)

Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser with 3 KW Fast Boil and Variable Dispense, 2.0 Litre, Gloss Black £37.99 @Amazon
170° Expired
Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser with 3 KW Fast Boil and Variable Dispense, 2.0 Litre, Gloss Black £37.99 @Amazon£37.99£39.995% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Good review. Lowest price ever.

got it a couple of days ago, it appears to be a good quality item.


Thats a great price, would have grabbed one for my parents but it shot backup to £51.


Whats going wrong with it? these hot water dispensers are awesome, both lasted longer than any kettle iv ever had.


I had this one and it didnt last long it fell to bits after a year the start button the spring went and the dial that you use to change how much water is boiled each time came off. I replaced it with is more basic version and this one has lasted over 3 years now and theres not a thing wrong with it. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Breville-VKJ142-Hot-Cup-3kW-1-5L-1-Cup-Dispenser-Kettle-BLACK-FRIDAY-OFFER/143819757079?epid=10024518837&hash=item217c535617:g:QVIAAOSwBdBfGvz2